- Wifi Network or Mobile Data Connection issues
- How to Link Whatsapp to WhatsApp Web
- What to Do if WhatsApp Web is Not Linking to Device
- If you have linked too Many WhatsApp Web Devices
- Update WhatsApp
- Remove IRISES Date from your Mobile
- Clear Cache of WhatsApp
- Why Whatsapp Couldn’t Link Device on WhatsApp Web
You can link device and use whatsapp on other devices like web and when you try to link your whatsapp on whatsapp web and if you are getting an error message “whatsapp couldn’t link device try again on whatsapp web” when you scan the QR code on whatsapp web by opening whatsapp on web, then you need to close whatsapp on your mobile and whatsapp web and update whatsapp to the latest version and start new broadcasting and link device to whatsapp again.
Due to wifi or mobile data network connection issues or due to whatsapp software update or minor software or technical issues or if you’re using dual whatsapp then you can experience this issue of couldn’t link device – try again error on when linking whatsapp web.
Wifi Network or Mobile Data Connection issues
Due to wifi or mobile data connectivity issues or if the mobile has poor wifi signal or wifi keeps disconnecting or no internet connectivity on your mobile then you can experience a device that couldn’t link the device again due to poor wifi connectivity issues.
How to Link Whatsapp to WhatsApp Web
Step 1: Open Whatsapp and tap on 3 dots on the top right corner.
Step 2: Tap on Link Device
Step 3: Open Web Whatsapp on your laptop or computer
Step 4: Tap on Link device and Scan the QR Code which is displayed on whatsapp web and your whatsapp web will be linked to Whatsapp web.
This is how you link whatsapp to your whatsapp web and once you link properly by connecting to wifi or mobile data without any wifi or mobile data issues then your whatsapp web will be successfully linked with your whatsapp web without any error – couldn’t link device.
What to Do if WhatsApp Web is Not Linking to Device
Connect to wifi network or mobile data and Update whatsapp to the latest version, clear cache and clear all data and remove irises biometric data and then delete linked devices – if you have linked too many devices and try linking whatsapp to whatsapp web.
If you have linked too Many WhatsApp Web Devices
Whatsapp couldn’t link devices on whatsapp web when linking devices can occur if you are linking too many devices as well and its recommended to delete other linked devices and try linking other devices to whatsapp web and link device again will solve couldn’t link device error.
Step 1: Open Google Play Store or Apple App store on Apple Devices
Step 2: Now, Search for Whatsapp and tap on WhatsApp
Step 3: Tap on update if whatsapp update is available and update whatsapp to latest version.
Once you update whatsapp to the latest version, then you will be able to link devices to whatsapp web and will not get whatsapp couldn’t link devices on whatsapp web error will be resolved.
Remove IRISES Date from your Mobile
Step 1: Open settings on your mobile
Step 2: In settings search box – type fingerprints (Biometric and Security)
Step 3: Tap on Fingerprints
Step 4: Tap on Irises
Step 5: Tap on Remove data and confirm remove irises data in pop up box.
Now, go ahead and try to link devices on whatsapp and your issue of couldn’t link device try again later on whatsapp issue when linking whatsapp on web issue will be resolved.
Clear Cache of WhatsApp
Step 1: Go to Settings and Tap on Apps
Step 2: Search for Whatsapp and tap on it.
Step 3: Tap on Storage and Tap on Clear Cache at the bottom and clear cache.
Once you clear cache of whatsapp, then go ahead and try to link whatsapp to whatsapp web and the whatsapp web will link the device without any error.
Why Whatsapp Couldn’t Link Device on WhatsApp Web
Most of the time due to dual whatsapp on your mobile phone can cause this issue of whatsapp couldn’t link device on whatsapp web problem and outdated or older version of whatsapp can also lead to this issue and always update whatsapp to latest version on both mobile and whatsapp web app version.